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NAME

       lxterm - locale-sensitive wrapper for xterm

SYNOPSIS

       lxterm [ xterm-options ]

DESCRIPTION

       lxterm  is  a  wrapper  around  the xterm(1) program that invokes xterm, koi8rxterm(1), or
       uxterm(1) as appropriate, based on the user's locale setting.  All arguments to lxterm are
       passed  to  xterm  without  processing;  the  -class,  -k8,  and -u8 options should not be
       specified because they are used by koi8rxterm and uxterm.  See the xterm manual  page  for
       more information on xterm-options.

       The  locale(1)  utility is used to determine the character set used by the current locale.
       If the character set is UTF-8,  uxterm  is  invoked;  if  the  character  set  is  KOI8-R,
       koi8rxtem is invoked; otherwise, ‘plain’ xterm is invoked.

AUTHOR

       Branden Robinson

SEE ALSO

       locale(1), koi8rxterm(1), uxterm(1), xterm(1)